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    Ukraine rebuilds navy, with US help, to counter Russia’s Crimea build-up
    Nov02

    Ukraine rebuilds navy, with US help, to counter Russia’s Crimea build-up

    Ukraine is refitting and expanding its naval fleet, including repairing its flagship, the frigate Hetman Sahaydachnyy, to counter a Russian military build-up in the annexed territory of Crimea, the commander of the Ukrainian navy says. The upgrade will be helped by $30mn worth of US aid, part of a $500mn package from Washington for the Ukrainian...

    City stuns Barca, Ozil lifts Arsenal
    Nov02

    City stuns Barca, Ozil lifts Arsenal

    PARIS — Manchester City got its revenge on Barcelona as Ilkay Gundogan scored twice in a 3-1 win in the Champions League Tuesday, while Arsenal was one of four sides to secure progress to the last 16. Pep Guardiola’s side had lost 4-0 away in Barcelona two weeks ago but it showed tremendous character to come from a goal down and beat the...

    Nadiya Savchenko: Jamie Oliver got me through hunger strike
    Nov02

    Nadiya Savchenko: Jamie Oliver got me through hunger strike

    Freed Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko says chef Jamie Oliver got her through her hunger strike. …read more Source:...

    John Brennan attempts to lead the CIA into the age of cyberwar
    Nov02

    John Brennan attempts to lead the CIA into the age of cyberwar

    When America goes to the polls on November 8, according to current and former US intelligence officials, it will likely experience the culmination of a new form of information war.A months-long campaign backed by the Russian government to undermine the credibility of the US presidential election — through hacking, cyber attacks and disinformation...

    Joshua-Klitschko spring showdown major step nearer
    Nov02

    Joshua-Klitschko spring showdown major step nearer

    A mouthwatering world heavyweight title showdown early next year between Britain’s Anthony Joshua and former champion Wladimir Klitschko took a major step closer yesterday after the WBA sanctioned it. The exciting Joshua, 27, who won the IBF title in April after it was voluntarily vacated by troubled compatriot Tyson Fury, must first come...

    Barca will not sink after City loss
    Nov02

    Barca will not sink after City loss

    Barcelona will not be knocked off course by their 3-1 defeat at Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday despite being outplayed in the second half by Pep Guardiola’s fired-up side, the Catalan club’s manager Luis Enrique said. The Spanish champions are second in La Liga two points behind arch rivals Real Madrid and face a...

    Russia puts Ukrainian librarian on trial for ‘inciting hatred’
    Nov02

    Russia puts Ukrainian librarian on trial for ‘inciting hatred’

    The head of a Ukrainian library in Moscow goes on trial accused of inciting hatred against Russians. …read more Source:...

    Man United and Inter look for Europa boost
    Nov02

    Man United and Inter look for Europa boost

    Zenit, Ajax, Shakhtar and Schalke 04 can qualify for the knock out round with wins today Misfiring Manchester United and an Inter Milan who have fired coach Frank de Boer can take a welcome boost from the Europa League in matchday four of the group phase today. The epic Group phase of 12 round robin pools of four teams is remarkably close so far...

    In Austria, an annual cleanup of a Jewish cemetery on a Catholic holiday
    Nov02

    In Austria, an annual cleanup of a Jewish cemetery on a Catholic holiday

    Niki Kunrath, a non-Jew from Vienna, clearing out cut branches from the city’s Waehringer Jewish Cemetery, Nov. 1, 2016. (Tina Walzer) (JTA) — As she prepared to take inventory of one of Vienna’s oldest and least-known Jewish cemeteries, historian Tina Walzer anticipated many genealogical twists and archaeological challenges. But upon...

    Russia and America talk about Syria using different narrative strategies, and it’s causing harm
    Nov02

    Russia and America talk about Syria using different narrative strategies, and it’s causing harm

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, and Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, right, attend a meeting where they discussed the crisis in Syria, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Pool Photo via AP) (Credit: AP) This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original...